Saint John Paul II was and continues to be a testament to Catholic confidence. Spread the courage and live it yourself with this inspiring shirt design. Read more in the dropdown boxesbelow:
Afterward stating to have been inspired by the Holy Spirit, Pope John Paul II famously proclaimed, "Be not afraid," in his first address as Bishop of Rome. The example of this now beloved Saint speaks to the fortitude a Christian is right to have in this life. This phrase reflects the reality within the gospel, that Christian living will not be easy or comfortable, but there is no cause to fear or despair when you stand with the entire Church Triumphant. Christ has already conquered the world, and He, with all His angels and saints, is who the Christian faces the world with. As documented oncatholicculture.org, take in the message of John Paul the Great's inspired encouragement from that first pontifical address: "So often today man does not know what is within him, in the depths of his mind and heart. So often he is uncertain about the meaning of his life on this earth. He is assailed by doubt, a doubt which turns into despair. We ask you therefore, we beg you with humility and trust, let Christ speak to man. He alone has words of life, yes, of eternal life."
Extend the testimony of Saint John Paul II to others, regularly regain your inspiration from St. John Paul II's example, or exercise generosity by giving a friend the gift of St. John Paul II's witness to Christ and His Church with this That One Sheep shirt.
Material, Size, and Shipping Info
You will be so ready to rock the day in our Heavy Cotton Gildan youth shirts. These 5.3 oz., 100% cotton shirts are both comfortable and durable with tearaway labels and double-needle sleeves and hems. That One Sheep’s youth sizes fit like a typical youth size, so you would be comfortable with an order based on your usual size. Note that they are not pre-washed or pre-shrunk, so also keep that in mind when selecting a size.
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